Abayomi A. Adigun, Ph.D.

2010 Pharmacology Duke University, Durham, NC 
Cell Biology, Toxicology
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Theodore Slotkin grad student 2010 Duke
 (Adenylyl cyclase cell signaling as a target and underlying mechanism for persistent effects of early-life organophosphate exposure.)
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Adigun AA, Ryde IT, Seidler FJ, et al. (2010) Organophosphate exposure during a critical developmental stage reprograms adenylyl cyclase signaling in PC12 cells. Brain Research. 1329: 36-44
Adigun AA, Wrench N, Seidler FJ, et al. (2010) Neonatal organophosphorus pesticide exposure alters the developmental trajectory of cell-signaling cascades controlling metabolism: differential effects of diazinon and parathion. Environmental Health Perspectives. 118: 210-5
Adigun AA, Wrench N, Levin ED, et al. (2010) Neonatal parathion exposure and interactions with a high-fat diet in adulthood: Adenylyl cyclase-mediated cell signaling in heart, liver and cerebellum. Brain Research Bulletin. 81: 605-12
Adigun AA, Seidler FJ, Slotkin TA. (2010) Disparate developmental neurotoxicants converge on the cyclic AMP signaling cascade, revealed by transcriptional profiles in vitro and in vivo. Brain Research. 1316: 1-16
Adigun AA, Wrench N, Seidler FJ, et al. (2010) Neonatal dexamethasone treatment leads to alterations in cell signaling cascades controlling hepatic and cardiac function in adulthood. Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 32: 193-9
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